How To Say “What Do You Do Today” in Chinese?

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What Do You Do Today in Chinese?

This is a beginner Chinese 50-minute TutorMandarin lesson about the title, “What do you do today?” Beginner 1 level is for learners who cannot or speak a little bit of Chinese. Hence, we’ll teach you basic but useful words in life, simple conversation and how to express your needs in this level. To maximize your Chinese-learning efficiency,  experience the student-centered learning environment with our online professional tutors.


After the lesson, you will know:

1. New Chinese words describing what you did or what you like to do.

2. Ask others how about your suggestions.

3. Verb object compound.

4. Use possession in Chinese to ask whether someone has something.

5.  Ask about time.

Plenty of exercises will help you review and practice what you just learned. Enjoy your lesson! But with real tutors, your learning effects would be greater!


Chinese Exercises:

1. 我今天上网,看书,和做饭.

Wǒ jīntiān shàngwǎng, kànshū, hé zuò fàn.

I surf the Internet, read the book, and cook today.

2. 我们晚上七点看电影,好不好?

Wǒmen wǎnshàng qī diǎn kàn diànyǐng, hǎobù hǎo?

Let’s watch a movie at p.m., how about that?

3. 现在是八点十五分。

Xiànzài shì bā diǎn shíwǔ fēn.

It’s 8:15 now.


This is the PDF lesson for Chinese beginners

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